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Published by John Humphries in Thurso .
Written in English


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Foxing to covers.; reprint (first published ). 28 pages + [2] pages advertisementes. Card covers. Page dimensions: x mm. 2 full page maps.

6 small illustrations. Scottish regional history. "Originally published by the Latheron Branch of the W.R.I.". Latheron History. A brief look at the history of Latheron. byRosie O'Hara.

Area Covered by this Project. This project covers approx. 1 square mile including the Sub Post Office at Latheron situated on the north west corner of the junction between the A9 to Thurso and A. Latheron. The hamlet of Latheron consists presently () of a farmhouse (Latheron Mains), farm buildings, Post Office, adjacent to which are 2 private houses, part of the same terrace as the Post Office, former school, now a private house, 1 ruinous church (Free Church built after ), presently used Church of Scotland (built in ), former church, which stands on the site of the first church in.

Lookup searches – Access records in Scottish archives for ancestors in this parish (e.g. Kirk Session Records). Available from £1 a name a year. Poor Law appeals – Indexed Poor Law appeals with the option to order images of records.

Asylum records – Index to the General Register of Lunatics in Asylums. School records – Index to School Leaving Certificate Examination results.

The Latheron Combination was formed in around and comprised the parishes of Latheron and Wick, which in had a combined population of 19, The Latheron Combination Poorhouse was located at the east side of the Causeway Mire Road to the north of Latheron at Braehungie.

LATHERON [parish] Latheron Latheron Latheron Latheron Latheron Latheron Latheron Latheron Latheron New Statistical Account Fullartons Gazetteer Blacks Map of Scotland Oliver & Boyd's Almanac Census Returns for published in the Daily Scotsman Newspaper 19 April James Brims Esq.

Procurator Fiscal Grainger & Miller Map of Caithness Latheron through time. Latheron is now part of Highland district. Click here for graphs and data of how Highland has changed over two centuries.

For statistics about Latheron itself, go to Units and Statistics. New Statistical Account () Latheron, County of Caithness, Vol.

p Hay, G. () The Architecture Of Scottish Post-Reformation Churches Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp, Scottish Women's Rural Institute () A History Of Latheron : Caithness Books.

p Bee, Notes on the History of, WK (P) Berriedale, see Latheron, parish of Bethune, George, transcript of talk on ice houses in Caithness (P) Bilbster, see Wick, parish of Bird life, notes on (P67); c (P) Blackie, John Stuart, verses by, c (P) Books and Printing in Caithness by John Mowat, (P)File Size: KB.

Latheron. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jump to navigation Jump to search. This article is about the Scottish village. For the English footballer, see Eddie Latheron. Human settlement in Scotland. Latheron. Scottish Gaelic: Latharn. Clan Gunn Heritage l area: Highland.

THE PARISH OF LATHERON. PRESPITORY OF CAITHNESS, SYNOD OF SUTHERLAND AND CAITHNESS. THE REV. GEORGE DAVIDSON, MINISTER. Extent, &c. - The parish of Latheron is situated on the south- east coast of Caithness, and bounded in that direction by the Ger- man Ocean and Moray Firth, on the west by Sutherlandshire, and on the north and east by the parishes of Halkirk.

Historical description BERRIEDALE, for a time a quoad sacra parish, in the parish of Latheron, county of Caithness, 27 miles (S.

E.) from Wick; containing inhabitants. This district, which lies on the coast, between the Ord of Caithness and the harbour of Dunbeath, was separated from Latheron in. Reprinted from the Lebanon advertiser, July, Addeddate Call number Camera Canon 5D External-identifierPages: Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.

search Search the Wayback Machine. Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection. National Emergency Library. Top Full text of "The book of Mackay". Light house. A small building overlooking the harbour, disused by Name Book ; OS 6" map, Caithness, 1st ed., () A modern look-out tower, five-sided and mostly ruinous but with one wall standing to a height of about 2m.

It measures m by m in maximum dimensions, with walls m thick. - J Humphries ; C Batey Latheron, Caithness, Church of Scotland, Parish Church of Latheron (Caithness), Parish registers for Latheron, Burials Births Bunnerhaven Listing of Servants Apparel & Wages Vol. Baptisms,Vol.

Mission register of baptisms,Vol. Marriages, v. Baptisms, Capt. [Captain] Gunn Braehour, the only man in the district - who seems to take an interest in such things, Says "he believes it to be the site of a Pictish Camp, supposed to be a sepulchral cairn.

it is of a circular shape, and about 35 links in diameter. OS1/7/15/ SÌTHEAN A' BHEATHAICH: Sithean a. Peterhead, Aberdeenshire. InPeterhead Parochial Board purchased a site as 12 Ugie Street for use as parochial poorhouse or almshouse.

The establishment was intended for the use of the "deserving" poor, primarily the elderly and others that were completely unable to support and look after themselves such as orphans.

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Along the X axis is time, and on the y axis is the count of editions published. Orig Paroch Scot ; Name Book ; RCAHMSvisited ; G Hay A burial aisle as described, about 4 m square, attached to the S side of Latheron Old Church.

Visited by OS (R L) 6 March Built into the S wall of 'The Aisle' is a piece of worked sandstone resembling a window head.

Lacking original printed covers. Rebound in later card covers, with title leaf laid down on front cover. Some creasing to lower corners of preliminary leaves and final leaves.

Maps in very good condition.; (iii)-xliii, [1],[1 (blank)] pages + maps and sections (some coloured, many folding) + errata slip. Later card covers with black tape spine, with printed area of the original title.

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Barrel book – accounts of barrels sold to customers (P) Bayne, Aneas, Geographical Survey of Caithness,copy (P) Beaton, Rev. Donald, Genealogical Bibliography of Caithness and Sutherland (P) Bee, Notes on the History of, WK (P) Berriedale, see Latheron, parish of Berriedale Free Church Index (P).

Source: New Statistical Account of Scotland for Halkirk, Family History Library book B4sa, series 2, vol. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (pub. ) offers uniquely rich and detailed parish reports for the whole of Scotland, covering a vast range of topics including history, agriculture, education, trades, religion and.

History of the District - continued. In August, the District opened. Base in O’Fallon at Market Center Boulevard.

The base serves residents on the south end of Highway K and the surrounding areas. Also in August, the District opened. Base at North Pointe Prairie Road in Wentzville. George Gunn was chief of the clan in the fifteenth century, and lived at the castle of Harberry, in Clyth.

This chieftain was popularly styled the "Cruner Gunn," from his holding the office of " Cruner" or " Crouner " of the district, an ancient office which empowered the. Welcome to the Parish of Latheron Church of Scotland.

We are a vacant charge and seeking a minister. Church Service Times One congregation with two centres of worship Dunbeath – am Lybster – am On the first Sunday of each month there is a family service alternating between Lybster and.

Lybster is a village on the east coast of Caithness in northern Scotland. It was once a big herring fishing port. The Waterlines heritage museum is located in Lybster Harbour and provides information on the history and geology of Lybster. A small number of crab fishing boats also operate from Lybster Harbour.

Lybster lies on the eleventh section of the John O'Groats Trail, a long-distance walking trail Civil parish: Latheron. Caithness (Scottish Gaelic: Gallaibh [ˈkal̪ˠɪv], Scots: Caitnes; Old Norse: Katanes) is a historic county, registration county and lieutenancy area of y: Scotland.

History [edit | edit source]. WICK, a royal burgh, the county town, and a parish, in the county of Caithness; containing Pulteney-Town adjoining and the villages of Sarclet, Staxigoe, Reiss, and Ackergill, 16 miles (S. by E.) from Canisbay, 20½ (S. by E.) from Thurso, and (N.) from place, of which the name, in the Celtic language, signifies a village or small town on an.

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Agnes (Sinclair) McIntosh abt Latheron, Caithness, Scotland, United Kingdom Ann (Sinclair) Ardiel 10 Mar London District, Upper Canada - managed by Jan Briggs-McGowan last edited 14 May Charles Sinclair abt 03 Oct Lerwick, Mainland, Shetland. The Clan Gunn Heritage Centre and Museum is housed in the old Parish Church, Latheron which was built in The church was gifted to the Society in and after considerable fund raising within the clan and with financial support from the Highlands and Islands Development Board, Caithness District Council and The Scottish Countryside.

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